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Lahore Se Aagey Movie Download 2016


Lahore Se Aagey Movie Download 2016

Posted By Admin    09-09-21   

Release Date:  11 November 2016
Director:  Wajahat Rauf
Genres: Romance,Comedy
Language: hindi
Movie Quality: All Quality
Movie Size: All Sizes
Film Star: Yasir Hussain, Saba Qamar, Mubashir Malik

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Lahore Se Aagey endeavors to get where things left off in Karachi Se Lahore, as Yasir's character Moti, attempts to get from Lahore to Swat to see his perishing mamoo (Behroze Sabzwari). As he sets off from Lahore, he is nearly kept running over by the "free energetic" wannabe rockstar Taraa (Saba Qamar) who is hoping to get away from her limiting, exceptionally chafing instrument of a beau, Aly. Moti and Taraa's voyage paints a very unreasonable picture of travels in Pakistan, with them two outdoors and moving wherever they please. Wonderful finish: they arbitrarily end up at an innate rave night, where Wajahat Rauf, the maker of the film, is appeared as the ancestral pioneer in – hang tight for it – blackface. In spite of determined discussion in all out attack mode meanings of blackface outfits, Wajahat Rauf still went with them. The remainder of the film is similarly immersed with unseemly references and rough diversion. Lahore Se Aagey's solitary guardian angel is its music. The melody Kalabaz Dil, whenever viewed in detachment, splendidly encapsulates every one of the attributes of a quintessentially engaging thing tune, with Aima Baig's mind blowing voice and Saba Qamar's excellent move execution. The remainder of the melodies are great as well, however their picturization is too poor to even consider ignoring as a rule. The extraordinary soundtrack is the aftereffect of Shiraz Uppal's staggering melodic ability and Shakeel Sohail's happy verses. ARY Films and The Showcase Films collaborated for the continuation, coordinated by Wajahat Rauf and composed by Yasir Hussain promising that it would be greater and better. The gathering of people was given the feeling that the motion picture is going to break generalizations and rethink the general public. It may have even accomplished this, had the story been increasingly strong with a plot progressively engaged. In spite of having Yasir Hussain's delightfully guiltless character, Saba Qamar's tempting move moves, Behroze Sabzwari's essence, appealing soundtrack and a great deal of included (pointless) shocks, LSA couldn't keep the watchers stuck to their seats. LSA portrayed the account of Moti and Tara played by Hussain and Qamar separately. Tara is an intense, rich and eager young lady who has everything except for no affection, companions or backing. Moti, then again, is simply poor old Moti on his approach to meet his withering uncle in Swat. Indeed, we're certain all of you have the anticipated story arranged at this point. Rich young lady meets poor kid and finds the genuine significance of life that cash would never purchase. Murmur













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